Laura Mikuseviciute the Land of Essay

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Weitz contends that the concept of art must be flexible to accommodate new creative efforts in the shifting art world" (4). Perhaps what Weitz is saying is that art should never be put in the box, but left alone outside it's walls. It doesn't matter if we are trying to be creative with our housing, or painting a masterpiece. Art is just like beauty - it is seen in the eye of the beholder. The only way for one to grow creatively is to not be afraid to experiment or push the boundaries that have been set. If society puts a definition on what is and is not art, how can one ever grow creatively?

An artist should remember that not everyone interprets or visualizes one's work with the same open-mindedness that a work has been created with. Having said this, one should remember that an artist loses his right to creativity once given a set of rules to encompass his process. [Deleted Restriction] Right to free thinking should not be controlled. If this had been the case, then we would be forced into believing the world is not a sphere and other scientific progress. [I don't understand this. You could potentially end the paragraph with the "right to free thinking" sentence].

I believe any form of creativity is a work of art. Art and innovations go hand-in-hand to explain our progressing world. When given the freedom to choose and express, we often bring about individualistic products. With monotonous thinking we tend to create and repeat the same structures and this restricts us, leaving no place for new thoughts. Hence, when an artist creates, he or she should be given the respect and freedom to do so but at same time, the artist must respect our regulators, as they only want a well-organized society and not an un-disciplined one.

Work Cited

Postrel, Virginia. "The Boundaries of Design." Emerging: Contemporary Readings for Writers. Boston: Bedford/St. Martins, 2010. Print.

Lankford, Louis, and David B. Pankratz. "Justifying Controversial Art in Arts Education." Web. 18 Oct. 2010.

You chose a good topic and you do a good job of summarizing the issues. Overall your paper could use more analysis and incorporation of outside sources. Also your writing is hard to understand because you use passive voice and generalizations. Stick to active voice and clarify your characters/actions.

By editing the grammar and punctuation, the paper flows better. I changed and/or deleted some wording. I kept to using an active voice (as recommended by the professor). I feel that by cleaning up the work, the paper now has a clear analysis. Using the third outside source offered by your professor might further prove the point you're trying to make. After the 4th paragraph would be an ideal place to introduce another…

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Work Cited

Postrel, Virginia. "The Boundaries of Design." Emerging: Contemporary Readings for Writers. Boston: Bedford/St. Martins, 2010. Print.

Lankford, Louis, and David B. Pankratz. "Justifying Controversial Art in Arts Education." Web. 18 Oct. 2010.

You chose a good topic and you do a good job of summarizing the issues. Overall your paper could use more analysis and incorporation of outside sources. Also your writing is hard to understand because you use passive voice and generalizations. Stick to active voice and clarify your characters/actions.

By editing the grammar and punctuation, the paper flows better. I changed and/or deleted some wording. I kept to using an active voice (as recommended by the professor). I feel that by cleaning up the work, the paper now has a clear analysis. Using the third outside source offered by your professor might further prove the point you're trying to make. After the 4th paragraph would be an ideal place to introduce another source.

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